Board of directors


MJ (Mohamed) Husain
(independent non-executive)

Group chief executive officer

AE (Alan) Dickson

Chief financial officer

NA (Nick) Thomson

Executive directors

M (Mohini) Moodley

Independent non-executive directors

T (Tasneem) Abdool-Samad

RJ (Ralph) Boëttger

TNM (Tina) Eboka

LP (Pierre) Fourie

JP (John) Hulley

S (Sarita) Martin

Dr MT (Tumeka) Matshoba-Ramuedzisi

Gavin Dalgleish

Board Committees

Audit Committee

Pierre Fourie (Chair)

Tasneem Abdool-Samad

Sarita Martin

Dr Tumeka Matshoba-Ramuedzisi

Nomination and Governance Committee

Mohamed Husain (Chair)

Tasneem Abdool-Samad

Pierre Fourie

John Hulley

Remuneration Committee

Mohamed Husain (Chair)

John Hulley

Sarita Martin

Ralph Boёttger

Gavin Dalgleish

Investment Committee

Ralph Boëttger (Chair)

Tasneem Abdool-Samad

Pierre Fourie

Mohamed Husain

Social, Ethics and Transformation Committee

Dr Tumeka Matshoba-Ramuedzisi (Chair)

Ralph Boëttger

Tina Eboka

Alan Dickson

Sarita Martin

Gavin Dalgleish

Risk Committee

John Hulley

Alan Dickson

Tina Eboka

Pierre Fourie

Dr Tumeka Matshoba-Ramuedzisi

Gavin Dalgleish

Nick Thomson

Management Committees

Group Executive Committee

Alan Dickson (Chair)

Graeme Eddey

Deon de Kock

Karen Louw

Mohini Moodley

Trevor Raman

Nick Thomson

Financial Controls and Information and Technology Steering Committee

NA Thomson (Chair)

Code of ethics

Reunert's employees embrace the following principles.

  • Act with integrity and honesty
  • Act in the best interests of the company
  • Encourage an environment of trust with transparent and open communication
  • Respect each other and do not discriminate
  • Demonstrate high level of professionalism and performance in all that we do
  • Enable our customer's purpose through the services we provide and the products and solutions we deliver
  • Promote a healthy and safe work environment
  • Do our best to protect the environment and our natural resources
  • Comply with the company's policies, procedures, practices and the Law.

Reunert expects its business partners, representatives, suppliers and customers to adhere to the principles contained in the Reunert Code of Ethics.

Access to information

Promotion of Access to Information Act 2 of 2000 Section 51 Manual

for Reunert Limited (Reg. No. 1913/004355/06) including its subsidiaries

The Promotion of Access to Information Act, No 2 of 2000 (”the Act”) was enacted on 3 February 2000, giving effect to the constitutional right of access to any information held by the State and any information that is held by another person and that is required for the exercise or protection of any rights. Where a request is made in terms of the Act, the body to whom the request is made is obliged to release the information, except where the Act expressly provides that the information may or must not be released. The Act sets out the requisite procedural issues attached to such request.

Click here to download the Manual of Reunert as required in terms of the Act. This document provides a reference as to the records held and the procedures that need to be followed to request access to such records.


Reunert has a whistle-blowing programme that gives employees and suppliers the opportunity to anonymously report perceived cases of unethical practice.

If you suspect any wrongdoing such as theft, bribery, anti-competitive behaviour, intimidation, corruption or fraud within Reunert or any of its companies please report it to the Deloitte Tip-off line. Tip-offs Anonymous is completely independent, confidential whistleblowing hotline service operating 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. All reports received are thoroughly investigated and acted on under the guidance of internal audit.

FreeCall:  0800 864 703

SMS:           32840 (SMS charged at R1.00)



FreeFax:   0800 00 77 88

FreePost: KZN 138, Umhlanga Rocks, 4320

Anti-Corruption and Bribery Policy

Reunert has a zero tolerance policy for unethical business conduct and complies with the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act No 12 of 2004.

The offering, giving, facilitating, soliciting or receiving of any form of bribe is prohibited.

Aids/HIV Policy

All group companies have introduced an Aids/HIV policy based on guidelines issued by Reunert. It is group policy not to discriminate against anyone who may be HIV positive and all employees who have tested positive are counselled. The majority of companies in the group provide their own intervention programmes which will include awareness campaigns, voluntary testing and access to counselling. HIV positive employees are supported by their medical-aid schemes or through programmes provided by the Department of Health.

Health and Safety Policy

People are important to us and their safety is non-negotiable. The Reunert group and its operations are therefore committed to ensuring it will conduct itself in a way that is healthy and safe in all its spheres of activity.

Environmental Policy

Reunert manages a number of businesses focused on information and communication technologies, electronics and electrical engineering. Reunert is committed to identify the impact the group and its operations has on the environment and to minimise this impact. Reunert will also identify the potential impact the environment could have on Reunert and its operations.

Human Rights Policy

Reunert is committed to the protection and advancement of internationally proclaimed human rights wherever we operate and within our sphere of influence. Our business conduct is guided by the provisions of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Labour Organisation core labour standards.